Plastic zipper slider for #5 VISLON ZIPPER. It can repair the broken zipper sliders instantly, or zipper by the yard in your sewing project do need some zipper sliders to nice fit, and the quality pieces are here!
How to install slider on zipper? Here are some tips for your information.
1. Separating two sides of the teeth;
2. Lightly singe the rough edges of cotton tape for more easily putting the zipper slider in;
3. Pass two separating sides through into zipper slider then slowly slide for a while. When the slider completely passed through, you should hold the end of tape tightly on one hand for smoother slide on the other hand;
4. The bigger part of the zipper slider corresponds to separation, the tail part corresponds to closure. Therefore, two sides of zipper teeth should be completely separated for the slider smooth works;
Basic Info of Product:
Material: Quality plastic
Color: White. If any different color is needed, please contact us for special order
Application: Suitable for jacket, coat, outdoor tents, gym outfit, dress, skirt, uniform, sleeping bag, backpack, blanket, etc
Proper Use of Zippers
** In order to avoid the elements engaged incorrectly, please do not force the slider even if it doesn't move smoothly. And you can apply paraffin or wax on the front and back surfaces of the teeth to repair the zipper.
** Forcibly close will only lead to breakage. Bring two sides of the chain close to each other then slide the zipper. But if you take too much in the bag it will damage the element and tape.
** Enough space on the tape, the teeth of zipper is not allowed to sew too closed with fabric. Slowly move the slider and pull out the caught fabric if it do happen.
** The slider was pull down completely, then holding the bottom part that the separable pin was fully inserted into, while slide the pull with the other hand.
Attention CA Residents: Prop 65 Warning
This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov